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[HELP] no nvenc support even though GPU supports it
#1
Hello. I have a GPU that supports NVENC but Hybrid is not registering it. How can I fix this?

  • Ubuntu 18.04 (x64)
  • Hybrid 2018.08.02.1
  • My video card is┬áMSI GeForce GT 710
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#2
Are you sure your card supports NVEnc?
Isn't it too old for that?

Cu Selur
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#3
(10.08.2018, 05:29)Selur Wrote: Are you sure your card supports NVEnc?
Isn't it too old for that?

Cu Selur

I am confirming. When I checked earlier I thought I saw the GT 710 does support it. I will follow up after I confirm. Thank you!
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#4
In case you also have Windows you can also run:
NVEncC --check-features
and/or
some of the other checks NVEncC provides:
--check-device               show DeviceId for GPUs available on system
   --check-hw [<int>]           check NVEnc codecs for specified DeviceId
                                  if unset, will check DeviceId #0
   --check-features [<int>]     check for NVEnc Features for specified DeviceId
                                  if unset, will check DeviceId #0
   --check-environment          check for Environment Info
   --check-avversion            show dll version
   --check-codecs               show codecs available
   --check-encoders             show audio encoders available
   --check-decoders             show audio decoders available
   --check-formats              show in/out formats available
   --check-protocols            show in/out protocols available
   --check-filters              show filters available
to see whether your card supports NVEnc.

Anyways, in case your card does support NVEnc let me no and I can adjust Hybrids list of supported cards.

Cu Selur
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